Monthly Archives: November 2017

Bag of Randomness for Monday, November 27, 2017

OtherDogGeeding As most of you know, OtherDogGeeding (Oreo), died on Wednesday morning. I happened to have the day off so the whole family made the trip to the vet. We didn’t necessarily go with the intention of having him put … Continue reading

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OtherDogGeeding is no longer with us

I’m thankful I had Oreo for 12 years of my life. He died this morning surrounded by family. This is what he looked like when we first got him and another picture of him in better days. I’ll ramble emotionally … Continue reading

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Funny

Today's Georgia Dome implosion isn't the first time the MARTA bus had terrible timing pic.twitter.com/pNSyY5fPQf — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 21, 2017

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Bag of Randomness for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Most of my evening was spent watching “David Letterman: The Mark Twain” prize on PBS. Eddie Vedder’s cover (along with Paul Schaffer on piano) of Warren Zevon’s “Keep Me In Your Heart” was superb. If I leave you it doesn’t … Continue reading

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I had no idea red woods floated in the ocean

More than 200ft long and 13ft around the trunk, this is one piece of wood that nobody will be throwing along the beach for the dog to fetch.The giant western red cedar was one of dozens of trees washed up … Continue reading

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Timing is everything

If there’s cursing, I can’t hear it over the explosions.

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He’s done this a time or two

https://twitter.com/AwardsDarwin/status/925679434484633600?s=09

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Bag of Randomness for Monday, November 20, 2017

Here’s the Imgur story behind that picture: In 1995, my great-aunt gave me a stuffed cat. It was my absolute favorite, and slept with me every night through my childhood. When she passed, we found out she had bought an … Continue reading

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